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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 6. 1901.
• I .RO ¡'er Year.
Mil Moni ha 7ft ( «Ria.
'1ÍNH PKE'iinENilAL IMfrL'E from the Atlantic to the Pacific an
THE ATTEMPT TO
Hermann for a just decision, they
UUMT HERMANN raIlkd
b¡, J,uppor| „„J riv;i,
bock again, time after time, in the
campaign of last year. A m mat-;
delegct^e daily visited tbe Presi
itlclinrdaon Rays They Will •><• ter of fact, nobody knows definitely How It Came About and the dent—the one composed of syndi
what the Monroe doctrine is. The
Trust» ami Tari If.
cate tool», the other representative«
President« Firm Stand to
I oiled Slates Government ha*
of the people.
never defined it. It is simply a
Now, Mr. McKinley knew Mr.
settl' d something which the I'uitcd
; he had served with him
James D. Richardson, of Tennes
Stat/-» uses to prevent any foreign
and ns the President
see, is the niinority leader of the
aggression on the American conti- cf Washington, D C., contains the is himself an honest man, he inter-
Hardware of Every Description.
House, and Chairman of the Dem
nont. It is made to fit any care following'interesting article on the tained for the Commissioner that
the I nited Stales Government attempt to oust Commissioner Her high esteem which one honest nan
committee More than that, he
wants it to fit. Thf-re is no doubt mann from the Land Department has for another, and he resented a.l
was |»ermuiient chairman of th«
that the Republican party can put of which considerable mention was • l pressure for bis removal
Ih'inucratic Nationnl Convention
ns strong u plank supporting the mail« severa' months ago. The
The hour of the decision was ap
ut Kansu* Citv. which renominated
Monroe do trine in its n»xt plat Sunday Globe say»:
the Secretary’s views
Bryan and reaffirmed the Chicago
form as the Democrats can, and
to fayor the syndicate,
platform On account of hi» prom,
that wuuid be practically the end had tome of the ablest and i most
Vanderver’s. Then a
i inence as a leader in his own party, of th» issue.
rally was made on
what he save rcjrirclii g iasuea ought
but he sloo-J firm,
woe* nwacc to rec» ive some < onside-ration He
of Mr. Her
JOHN W ItiGGN. I’roniJont,
II. C. I.EVF..NH,
ha* just had an int« rview in a Dem
GKO. FltY, Caaluer.
Vico Présidant. •
ocratic paper in the East in which
qucslon This is a [►articular Iy gnat Lincoln, at one period of his dential backbone, if necessary. Mr.
he declared the tariff would be the
hard slap at Bryan and Bryanisto, eventful life aspired to the position McKinley said:
issue Republican«, he assert! d,
and will probably raise a howl fr<un as tbe height of bia ambition, but
"I know the Coumissioner 1
field that tariff »ould no longer be
the boy orator of the Platte.
with him in Congie^s. and £
un issue, ari»l that high protection
(Incurporn ted )
he assumed the duties of
was «- tiled for nil time by the cam
WILL BE IN OKEbON SOON
better man could have
o paign of 1896 and by the Dirgley
I eay thesa e now,
h giel ition. lie does n il eav no. Gjvernnieiit Oiileisl» to Visit Setni-
but ihe intimation is given that
Department of the Interior, as it
o A General Bcinkin? Business Transacted. I0 this idea is foster» d because the
Mr. Hermann announced his
The Dalles, Or . J ine 26,—Rep has come to be understood, even opinion in favor of the settlers aa
M Director«: W. V. King, I S (Jeer, Geo. Fry, W. E Trisch. I Democrats pracli»ully abandor wi
J. C. Welcome.
Moody haaj'jst reeeiv ■ among those who are not familiar against the subsidized kgal views
th« tariff' in the campaigns of 1896
«•••ooeawo•••••••••«•••• and 1900. Besides the tariff and ed a letter from lion F 11 Newell,] with Govenuent affairs, tha’ every of the syndie tie tools. The upris
trusts, Richardson »ay« the Monroe Chief Hydrographer <1 the Geologi ! thing ui d- r the Government is in ings all along the Pacific elope ou
t doctrine will Ic the ¡»sue. The cal Department nt Washington, the Department of the Interior, if the Commissioner's decision ad
professional cards .
Americans will demand that no stating that he, with Gifford Pin-1 it hasn't been provided for special monished Secretary Hitcbceck to
*1 A IK or OKEtrON
fo*eign nation he allowed »<aling chot. chief of the Forestry Buraau, ly elsewhere. The Commissioner, get on tbe Hermann band-wazon
(J.,wpli Simon I J
T B. Arti Alora.
II M UCLLKN.
I stations on th** American eontineut. will reach The Dalles about Au or head of the General Land Office ! j which he immediately proceeded to
, ., W MrHrldr
M< Moody ¡
At the same time, the McKinley gust l.wben they ex plot to join Mr. is. therefore, a subordinate, so to do when he found how popular it
I Itionia. io. gue
l>. U X. Iilarkburn
administration and Republican Mi ody on a drive through the »etui- »peak, of the Secretary of tbe In was. Tbe press and people unani
T. 1. Ussr1
party lias got the country into such arid fections of Eastern Oregon. terior; but as aruletheCouimij- mously aoproved the Commission
F. I iMinbsr
Marciai » of "«ate.
C « M<-ora
a state of affairs by forcing tbe No itinerary will be fixed until the siooer runs the office, and the bee er’s views, and the Secreta-y, much
J. II Ackartnan £4F*Msin Hi —opposite Bank
Rupi rub tualmrtlon,
United States to become a “world exact date of their arrival ie know.i. retary jierfunctorily approve« bis 1 against his will, had to approve the
W II I m <1>
same in tbe face of the verdict of
i C. r Wolv»rt.iti
powes” that we will be forced to de However’ the trip contemplated is rulings.
hl a. Baa«
public opinion. The Secretary
mand and secure coaling stations
«F A M-xira
IŸI «KSDIS A UKAHV
did the aet, however,
in far off sections, obtaining that
M. l> I’llIWird
" L Uif»drt),
John W Geary,
and per consequence came in for
which we will deny foreign govern
V m Milter
tv. and. if time will permit, on but also to take his official head, bis si Ji re of the applause, and much
/'byti' tane <(■ Surgeon».
C. S LAND OFFICE. HI KN h
Knrns. Oregon. hence serious complications foi the through to Malheur County. Mr that the way might be opened to of the credit, as the medesty of th*
O»<> W. IUy—
Cbss. Newell rar’llllice at rrMdi-nee. ’1*110110 20.
Republican party, according to Moody will make announcement »«at in the office a more compliant Commissioner shrunk from the ova
of the route when it is determined tool of the sync*icate( Warner Val tions which were being tendered
HARNEY COi NTY
J. W Morrow'
Mr. Richardson’s interview ie u|K>n, in order that the stockmen ley Stock Co Jwhich sought to oust the Land Office, aud adroitly turn
I. N Geer H , KLEBS. M. l>
more notable for what he does not interested in pasturage on forest re the settlers of Oregon and Californ ed, as well as he could, theapplause
«ay than for what he save. His serves and those interested i.1 the ia from their lands and homes. and approval towards tbeSecretary
I A. V<M»stor
Phyiician and Sttraeon.
I Geo. Ilagey
complete ignoring of the populistic reclamation of arid lands may have The conspiracy had its inception and the administration.
Burnì. C rege a.
The Land Office, which, up to
doctrines which the Democratic an opportunity to meet these gentle in the o ee of Mr Hermann, and
Geo Shelle, íM^Office over Voegtly's huid ware
time has been hostile or indif
party have swallowed since the
R A Miller
store, Main Nt.
to Rs head, now began to
campaign of 1896, chief among
to the fact that a man and
them being the attacks upon tho Su
Napt. o( Mchoola
an honest statesman was at the
Geo. IVliilb y
preme Court un»l the free silver dog-
I»r W I. Marxien Dious a lituus
helm, and with the customary
inn, are interesting features of his
I ajo Ricliiirdsoii
J W. Blfga.
of mere office holders,
discussion. The tariff ami Monroe
cfficsals who had been
doctrine is all Mr. Richardson sees
Justine of the Peano
nriisn. oitzuoN. I What becomes of free silver ami of
. . Geo Tregaskl» 1
< Inn stu hie............
Mr. Newell wrong one. But in this instance, to get the scalp of their chief, now
I the destruction ot the courts, of the meet these gentlemen.
^fl^Otll.-c in Bank building.
CITY OF BURNS
attacks upon all corporation*, if and Mr, Pinchot both have indi to his credit, be it said, be resisted prostrated themselves with disgust
C. E Kenyon
I the general onslaught upon capital cated a desire to meet the avoo I- the pressure, and Hermann re ing sycophancy and sang tbe praises
Jno. Curd well,
\l until all
«TES A SAX TON
♦ of the Commissioner, whom they
which are peculiarly populistic and growers of Eastern Oregon, and it tuained.
sought to destroy. But Mr. Her
UEO W HAVES.
JOHN <1. SAXTON Brvanistic ami Dotnoc atie accon'-
\V A Gowan
mann who was not dismayed at
ing to the platform* which Rich-
) V. E Tri* h.
their hostility, was just ns indiffer
r too fry
ittdson indorsed in 1896 nn<i again
Pt HNS. OltEGON.
' < leo. r-bidley
to their flattery, and he has
tlf" lltornry for State Seh.iol Board.
in l'.IOU? Mr. Richardson’s inter
the even tenor of exae;
view will no d mbl raise some de
compliance with kia
nuociiition frjin the Commoner
the present moment.
ami its editor struggling for leider
Ri NNH l.onuE No. 70, K oí I’
triumph for Com
as mercurv will surely destroy
MeeiH everv Thiiradav night.
I ¡ahipin the Democratic party.
and the Globa
Geo W Iluyen, 0 C.
That Richmdson is right on the sense of sntell ami completely de-1I
I and and Coltrctlon bushiest.
S Matli.'i'In u'l, l< of R N.
tariff question is jossihly true, un range the wh >le system when on-!
'Phene Ko. 2.
less the Republicans are sensible tering it through the mucous sur-1
. ■ OREGON.
BUHNS (’ll tFTF.R, NO 4», <>. E. 8
euLtigh to take a position looking faces. Such articles should never
Meets *e»'on<l mnl fourth Monday ol
I to modification of high ptoteetion be used except on
prescriptions which the settlers took possession is the best eulogy, of one of tbe
each month in Masonic It ill, Voeatly
building. Mrs M iggio Levens, W M ^yil.1.1 AVIS d FtrZGERAI.il
and to secure to the people better from reputable physicians, as the of the lands. The syndicate was purest, and ablest, and most incor
Mrs. Eunice Thompson, See.
advantages than they now havo If damage they will do is leu fold to powerful, and it had sufficient rea ruptible men who has ever held
sons to think that the squatter sov the important position of Commis
Notary Public, good times continue, if the trurt* the good you can possibly derive
would soon be its subjects, sioner of tbe Land Office.
BURNS LODGI’, NO »7, A. F. A t M
Law, Notarial and Real Eetate I do no particular damage to the
Meets Saturday on or before full moon,
bodily from their hold
country, if the crops are good an I manufactured by F J. Cheney &
ifnilifled bnXhera ímlernally invited,
the usual pleadings,
prices remain high and stable, no Co., Toledo, O, contains no mer
<!. E. Kmyon, W. .M.
F. S. Rieder.
investigations, the An Honest Medicine Joi La Grippe.
cury, and is taken internally, aet
£MF*0ffice in old Masonic building campaign made against tha tariff
George W. Watt, of South Gardi
or iigatnsl (he trusts by the Demo ing directly upon the blood and question came up to the General
Me., says “I have had the
BURNS LODGE, NO. U.1, A. O U. W
cratic party will be successful The mucous surfaces of the system. In
cough, cold, chills and
Meets nt llrown hull ev<-rv Friday eve p M. JORDAN.
|>»’ople will not be alarmed unless buviug Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
Visiting brothers (risternally in
taken lots of trash
you get the genuine II is taken in-
thev are pinched.
vited. Titos. Sagers, W. M. Chee. N.
profit to the ven
/’metical Land Surveyor.
The Monroe doctrine wouhi be u ternallv, and made in Tolo Io, Ohio,
Hurns, Oregon, very hard thing
upon which to by F. J. Cheney it Co. Teslimon-
edy . is ttie only thing that has done
make nn issue. Probably the Re- i»'9 fr«e.
HARNEY LODGF, NO. 77, I O. O F
gerous man. from this point of view, any goo I whatever, I have used
.Meets every Mattini iv evening, Il <>« n's
publican partv will guard the rights Sold by Druggist». 75c.
Visiting brothers (raterimlly in g W. Mll.I.EH.
one bottle of it and the chills, cold
of the United States and of the Hall’s Family Pills are the btint. and hence after‘ feeling him out,”
Julien Byrd, N. G.
grip have left me. I cougrat-
the syndicate set to work to oust
C. G. Mini h, Secretary
American continent as carefully ns
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
manufacturers of an hon
him.from office; and in pursuance
would the Democratic party. It is
The merited reputation for cur of its plans secured oie active aid est medicine.” For sale by IJL M.
Mortgage«, Doada, F.te., correctly made.
TI’I ECHtCLE. NO. 16», WOMEN OF
Office nt Store.
Ii.rui, Oregon. possible that Mr. Richardson sees ing piles, sores and skin dircases
Woodcraft. Meets 2nd and 4!Ii Tiles-
Horton Burns, and Fred Haines
an opportunity in the Monroe doc acquired by DeWitt’s Witch Hazel of the conspiralo s in the Land
dav ut Brown's Ii ill. Mrs. Tillis Jordan, I
Mrs. lone Whiting,
trine to build up another falseissuc.
Be sure ed in a fair decision of the land
The Northwest Livestock and Perhaps he hopes to deceive them worthless
and g. t only DeWitt’s Salve. City question were not idle, and relying
Wool Growers’Journal and Items, with the catch phrase “the consent Drug Store, II. M. Horton, Prop.
N Brow n A Sons, Agents far
upon tbe absolute honesty of Mr. Queen Quality Shoes.
Oregn iian snJ Tt»'iri. 12.00
♦2 a year.
ed,’’which w hiir’«4 Fred Haines, Harney Citv.
Geer & Cummins
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